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Hill Country 100 Club Continues Support for First Responders

Last week, Horseshoe Bay took a simple but meaningful step to recognize and honor the role the Hill Country 100 Club has played in supporting first responders. The city’s police and fire departments placed small Hill Country 100 Club decals on all the city’s emergency and law enforcement vehicles.Horseshoe Bay Fire Chief Joe Morris said, “The assistance of the Hill Country 100 Club is something

The ‘Blues’ in HSB

The "KOOLest" place in town on May 5th was the Blues Brothers party as 400 guests bopped into Quail Point, attired in their personal versions of Jake and Elroy.The merriment was enhanced by amazing decorations, the music of Bill Rive's band and outstanding hors d'oeuvres by Sullivan Street Catering.A gorgeous sunset completed the perfect evening as guests streamed toward the gazebo by the lake to

Summer Camps Offered in HSB

Summer is just around the corner!! It's time to get the kids enrolled in tennis camp. Horseshoe Bay is again offering 9AM-3PM tennis, lunch, swimming and more afternoon tennis. Camps begin May 30th with the last session beginning August 1st. They also offer three weeks of Sports Camp. That is tennis, lunch, swimming in the morning then going to the golf course for instruction there. Please call

Marble Falls man arrested with 28 grams of cocaine and over 1 pound of marijuana

Shortly before 3 PM on April 30, a Horseshoe Bay police officer stopped a vehicle on FM 2147 for a minor traffic violation. The officer determined through Texas DPS that the driver, James Walker, age 34 of Marble Falls, Texas, was driving with an invalid license and Walker was arrested for that offense. As officers began an inventory of the vehicle, they noticed a strong odor of marijuana. During

Three HSB Residents Train to be Texas Master Naturalist

Each spring, the Highland Lakes Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists, has a new training class. Trainees learn about natural resources and conservation management with units of study such as geology and archeology, ecological regions of Texas, land management, weather and climate, and others. Students meet once a week for twelve weeks. The candidates come from varied backgrounds with most residing...

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“HCHEF” Scholarship Awards to 4.0 Student Mentors at Texas Tech University

Hill Country Higher Education Foundation (“HCHEF”) based in Marble Falls has been awarding scholarships to local students since 2002. Two of our awardees, Cole Perkins (Llano High School, 2014) and Jake Burton (Smithson Valley High School, 2015) offer just the kind of student success stories that remind funders that their monies are well-spent.These two students inherently display plenty of “hill...

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